Monday, May 14, 2012

Marijuana Reduces Symptoms for MS Patients

In a report by ABC News, marijuana may relieve symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. Smoking pot helped to reduce spasms conducted on 30 patients in a double blind study undertaken by the University of California, San Diego.
The study was done to see if smoking marijuana produced similar results as taking the drug in pill form. The results are similar but the side effects are that 100 percent of the patients using it also get stoned! Hmmm?
Would you like to read more? Visit: Smoking Cannabis May Reduce Symptoms in Multiple Sclerosis Patients by Mikeala Conley.
You can read the article and also view the ABC video.

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